ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – The Bernalillo County Commission has approved the development agreement between Western Albuquerque Land Holdings and the county which impacts the Santolina Master Plan.
The agreement passed on a 3-2 vote Wednesday.
The commission passed the Santolina Master Plan on June 16.
Western Albuquerque Land Holdings received approval of a Planned Communities Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning for nearly 14,000 acres of undeveloped land in the county’s southwestern area.
The Santolina Master Plan is contingent upon future demand and market conditions.
It provides a general framework for development over the next 40 to 50 years.
The master plan includes residential villages and village commercial uses, two business parks, a town center, an industrial/business park, an urban center plus parks, trails, public open space, educational facilities, roads and utilities.
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